Third-person singular simple present indicative form of transcribe.(verb)
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Use "transcribes" in a sentence
"The famous description of Coleridge and Southey's response comes from Margaret Ellen Sandford's Thomas Poole and his Friends (1888), in which she transcribes from the Latin diaries of John Poole, whose political sensibilities were very different from those of his cousin"
"You are of course quite right to note that it is not merely a phonetical transcription, nonetheless, there is no direct connection to Black men, except for the fact that, when read deg kei in Cantonese it transcribes the English word "Darkie"."
"Although the CableCARD authorizes the primary cable video streams, including premium networks like HBO, heading into the PC, Ceton's tuning card "transcribes" the cable conditional access system into the Windows Media digital rights management (DRM) format to ensure those streams stay protected as they travel the home network."